UNESCO Harare Cluster office initiated this study in five countries that are under its responsibility with the aim of documenting best practices on school-community linkages and to advocate for these best practices in the fight against HIV and AIDS.
This report provides the first overview of education attrition and mortality trends not reliant on estimates, models or projections, but on primary data contained in government registers.
This report analyses the response to a questionnaire given to 176 2nd and 3rd year Molepolole College of Education (MCE) students at the beginning of term two after they had returned from their teaching practice (TP) of 2004.
This document describes the different steps involved in conducting a study on the impact of HIV/AIDS on education systems.
As national education programs incorporate HIV prevention into school curricula, policymakers and educators need to know what they can expect from these initiatives.
Recognizing the urgency for the education sector to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO), Education International (EI), and the Education Development Center, Inc.
HIV/AIDS is having a devastating impact on the health and livelihoods of Basotho. The country is estimated to have the third highest infection rate in Sub-Saharan Africa, with increasing numbers of HIV/AIDS orphans.
UNESCO has undertaken a study of the response of Universities to the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the University of The West Indies (UWI) was selected as one of these.
A large literature examines the link between shocks to households and the educational attainment of children.We use new data to estimate the impact of shocks to teachers on student learning in Mathematics and English.
Becoming a responsible teen (BART) is an HIV and STI risk-reduction programme primarily targeting African-American adolescents ages 14 to 18. It was originally designed for non-school settings.